Insulin Autoinjector for Dogs
The classic symptoms of diabetes in dogs are excessive thirst, increased urination, and weight loss despite normal or increased food consumption. Acute-onset blindness resulting from cataracts can also be a sign. The diagnosis is easy to confirm with simple tests for glucose (sugar) in the blood and urine. Dogs, just like humans, experience pain and we aim to alleviate the pain associated with needles. If you want to provide your dog with leading care, think about purchasing insulin autoinjector for dogs that will deliver accurate doses of insulin without pain to your dog.
HOW TO UTILISE THE INSULIN AUTOINJECTOR?
Liquid medications are transferred into the needle-free nozzle/syringe via adapters. There are 5 different adapters available to suit all types of injectable liquid from any type of pen, vial or cartridge. The needle-free nozzle/syringe can contain up to 0.5ml per single injection. After loading the injector, the liquid medication in the nozzle/syringe is propelled effortlessly as a small jet into the body via a spring-action.
The liquid medication disperses into the subcutaneous tissue via the path of least resistance, in a cone-like shape. No sharp needles are penetrating through delicate skin and tissue. This reduces the likelihood of tissue damage, the formation of scar tissue and the chance of developing lipo-hypertrophy (lumps under the skin caused by multiple injections in the same area of skin over an extended period or reusing the same needle without correct sterilization). This can be utilised for animals too. Insulin can be transferred the same way with our insulin for dogs with diabetes auto-injector.
The Comfort-in needle-free injection is fast, safe, quickly absorbed by the body or the animal and ‘virtually’ painless. Needle-phobia and the discomfort of ongoing needle injections is a real barrier for many people or animals who require ongoing medical care.